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Lexis Korea, Seoul, South Korea

4.3

Rating: 4.3/5.0

11F Anytower, 7, Gangnam-daero 53-gil, Seocho-gu - 06626 Seoul - see on map
Lexis Korea - School building

What we like about the school

  • Personalised study plans for each student
  • Regular meetings with the Academic director to discuss learning needs
  • Apartments located next to the school
  • Excellent nationality mix. No student nationality makes up more than 15% of students.
  • Rooftop terrace
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Location: Lexis Korea is situated to the south of Seoul, on the other side of The Hangang River, in the Seocho-gu district. The school is in a busy part of the neighbourhood, with a large selection of restaurants and shops lining the streets.

Getting around: The closest metro station is a 6-minute bus trip from the school. There are two lines that go through this station. A number of bus routes have stations on the streets around the school that makes navigating the city easy. It takes around 45 minutes to reach the centre of the city by bus.

Things to do in Seoul: Towards the centre of the city is the Gyeongbokgung Palace, Bukchon Hanok Village and Changdeokgung Palace. These are under an hour from Lexis English by public transportation. On the way to the centre of the city is the N Seoul Tower. This is around 40 minutes from the school.

Course structure: The school teaches both English and Korean to international students. Korean is the prominent language at Lexis Korea, with general Korean classes taught in different formats as well as a TOPIK exam preparation course. English is taught as an exam preparation course for those wanting to pass the IELTS exam.

Teen Activity Programme: In the summer, teenagers are able to join the school for a package language experience in Korean.

School building: Lexis Korea is in the ANY Tower in Seoul, and spreads over three floors. It has a rooftop garden, study area, flat screen tv, water fountain, kettle and microwave. There is wifi throughout the building.
  • The language school Lexis Korea was founded in Seoul, South Korea in 2013.
  • Legal name / parent company: Lexis Korea Inc. (Seoul)
  • Tax registration ID: 264-81-19117
  • The school is an official exam center
    The following language examinations can be taken directly at the school:

Korean Courses

General Language
Junior
Online Courses
Private
Information for all courses offered by Lexis Korea
Lesson duration
60 minutes
School's administrative fee
200000.00 KRW
Level test
A test to assess your exact language level takes place before the start of the course via an online form.
Days without class
In 2023 (including national and regional bank holidays):
22 Feb. 2023 - 24 Jan. 2023, 25 Jan. 2023 - 27 Jan. 2023, 01 Mar. 2023, 01 May 2023, 05 May 2023, 06 Jun. 2023, 15 Aug. 2023, 28 Sep. 2023 - 29 Sep. 2023, 03 Oct. 2023, 09 Oct. 2023, 25 Dec. 2023.
If a bank holiday falls on a weekday there is no refund nor are missed lessons recuperated. This is the case for the majority of language schools.
Course material
Generally course material has to be purchased by the student. The costs of course material will be approximately 10000 KRW per week.

Our price includes

  • INCLUDED Organized activities
  • INCLUDED Internet access and use of school computers
  • INCLUDED Wireless LAN zone at school
  • INCLUDED Free certificate of course attendance
  • INCLUDED Free airport pickup for all junior courses (both ways)
  • INCLUDED Language level placement test at first day of classes
  • INCLUDED Language level placement test before arrival
  • INCLUDED For junior courses: every afternoon free organized leisure program
Note: All courses offered by Lexis Korea, Seoul can be reserved online with LanguageCourse.Net. In case a course is not listed above, just let us know.

Photos

  • School building
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  • Lesson in progress
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  • Class
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  • Making local cuisine
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  • Kinchi making class
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  • Making kimchi
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  • Hanbok
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  • Gangnam Square
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  • Reception
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  • Learning Korean culture and etiquette
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  • Cooking
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  • Having fun
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  • Enjoying the city
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  • Student interview
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  • Making new friends
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  • Pottery workshop
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  • Making pottery
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  • Taekwondo class
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  • Pottery
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  • Views of the city
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  • Teacher and students
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  • Inside the school
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  • Taekwondo
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  • Seeing cherry blossoms
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  • Meet up
    Meet up25/51
  • Bukchon Hanok Village
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  • walking tour
    walking tour27/51
  • Namsan Tower
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  • Double room
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  • Residence building
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  • Social
    Social31/51
  • Sites
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  • Excursions
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  • Making Korean food
    Making Korean food34/51
  • Student lounge
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  • classroom
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  • Nightlife
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  • Night out
    Night out38/51
  • K-Star Road
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  • Traditional dancing
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  • Nanta show
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  • Meeting other students
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  • Residence
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  • Accommodation
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  • Kitchenette
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  • Quad room
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  • Accommodation gym
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  • Dance class
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  • Student night
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  • Traditional clothing
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  • Learning in class
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Lexis Korea

“Learn Korean fast & fun and meet global friends whilst immersing yourself in our cultural & social activities. Begin your Korean language learning journey with us!”
Accreditations and Quality seals
ALTOPreferential Terms in Case of Visa RefusalGangnam Board of Education
Korean teacher qualifications
100% hold a university degree
100% hold a recognised language teaching qualification
Languages spoken by school staff (cannot be guaranteed by school)
First day of course
Students should arrive at 8:40
School Size
Offer for returning students
You will be refunded/waived the school's administration fee If you already attended previously a course at Lexis Korea and you book here.
Payment methods accepted for payments made directly to the school
Visa - logoMastercard - logoBank Transfer - logo

General school facilities

  • Kitchen for student use

  • Microwave for student use

  • Drink vending machine

  • Lounge

  • Rooftop terrace

  • Balcony / terrace

  • Student support desk

  • Free water dispenser

  • Free WIFI

  • Classroom equipment

    • TV in some classrooms

    • Electronic whiteboard in some classrooms

    • Air conditioning in all classrooms

    • Heating in all classrooms

    • Ample natural light in all classrooms

    Number of classrooms: 18
    Number of public PC workstations: 1

Student Age / Nationality

Average number of students
In summer: 250
Throughout the year: 150
Junior courses - In summer: 25
Minimum age of students
16 years
13 years for specific Junior courses
Average number of levels
Adult courses In summer: 7
Adult courses Throughout the year: 7
Junior courses In summer: 7
Junior courses Throughout the year: 7
Average age of students
In summer: 23 years
Throughout the year: 23 years

Top student nationalities

Age of students

Airport transfer

Optional airport transfer
Incheon International Airport:
130000 KRW one way
260000 KRW return (both ways)
Best arrival airport is Incheon International Airport.
More information about airports around Seoul and how to get from the airport to Seoul on your own here on our Seoul page.

Visa Documents

Nationals from USA do not require a visa to study short term courses up to 90 days.
Check visa requirements for nationals from other countries.
Nationals from countries that require a visa will receive documents from the school, related to booking confirmation, which is required for the visa application.
Full payment of all fees required before school dispatches documents required for visa application
No
Preferential cancellation terms in case of visa refusal
School agreed that students booking online on this site will benefit from preferential cancellation fees in case of visa refusal, and in this case will never exceed EUR 180.

Leisure activities

activity possibledistance from school
Dancing-
Football (soccer)2 km
Music-
Skiing40 km
Squash2 km
Swimming5 km
Tennis2 km
Yoga-

Accommodation

Reviews

4.3

Rating: 4.3/5.0

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Lexis Korea, Seoul
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Student opinions about Lexis Korea, Seoul
Liked
The teachers! They became not just teachers for me but also good friends! Unfortunately I couldn't take part in all the activities because I have many friends in Seoul and I wanted to spend some time with them too :) I took part only in two activities: a cultural exchange with Korean students, we met up in a cafe on the ground floor where we drunk coffee and just talked about various things, of course in Korean :) You may want to speak English as almost all Koreans at the school could speak English. And some of the students spoke English with them, but if you speak English, there will be no progress in Korean. For example, I am very glad that I do not know English :) so I had no choice but to speak only Korean with them , they certainly do not know Russian :) the second activity, which I visited was watching the movie Raning man :) all the students from different levels and group got together and watched the movie on the big plasma :) The advantage: the movie was in Korean without subtitles :)
Insider tips about what future students should not miss: My advice: if you live 4 ~ 7 metro stops from school, on the first day of your course you should leave the house 1.5 ~ 2 hours in advance as Korean subway is very slow. as when'll go to the first day of the exam, take the exit for the .... Korean subway :) sooo slow especially in the morning. And do not believe the metro's timetable, in the morning it can be delays up to 5 ~ 30min ... I lived close to the station Hongik University Station and went to school at Cannes. The first day I was late 45 minutes for my level test.... and I was placed in a group with the lower level because I didn't have time to finish it. but then I didn't regret it because we studied a lot of grammar which I didn't know very well and the vocabulary which you can't normally find in the standard textbooks. You should also try to speak only Korean, the result will be much better. And it is better to take a course for no less than a month. I attended a course for 2 weeks, and I regretted than it wasn't a month.
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Course: Intensive Korean (Part Time) - 2 weeks
3. Aug. 2015
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I loved the group size, which was reasonable. The teachers are really nice and they are also at your disposal to help solve some problems that you can meet at your arrival. But once in the classroom, not a word of English is spoken, everything is in Korean! If this can be confusing at first, it is actually a great way to learn and teachers still manage to make themselves understood one way or another. I did not stay very long bit this gave me the feeling of progressing rather quickly. This school is also a great way to meet other people travelling alone and doing things together that you wouldn't dare doing by yourself.
Insider tips about what future students should not miss: The school organises regular meetings with Korean students from the same school (they study English). The activity itself is not amazing but often ends up in a bar, restaurant or karaoke and this is where the real meeting takes place.
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Other comments: I have not done a lot of activities but from those that I've made and returns that I've had from others, they are really not essential. Most are included in the price even when booking half-time courses (except entrance fees of a museum for example). Apart from this the school was really great and I'll come back there on my next visit.
Course: Intensive Korean (Part Time) - 1 week
18. Oct. 2016
Liked
The school is located near the Gangnam subway station in a neighbourhood with lots of restaurants, cafés ... So very well. The teachers are really nice and we learn Korean but also talk about their country, society ... we can discuss everything. We all shared our experiences and it was great. The courses are very intensive. The first level lasts for a week with a test to reach the next level which ends after 4 weeks. So be careful about the time spent at school and the targeted level.
Insider tips about what future students should not miss: I recommend going at least once to a student party on Friday night to get to know students from other groups.
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Other comments: No complaints. The service and monitoring was fine.
Course: Intensive Korean (Part Time) - 2 weeks
17. Dec. 2016
Liked
The teachers and staff have been friendly and helpful. The location of the school right next to Gangnam Station is good. The lessons are quite demanding and intensive. I really liked that the lessons were varied. Besides vocabulary and grammar, there were also opportunities to practise conversation. I found it neither good nor bad that there were a lot of German-speaking students there (at least when I was there).
Disliked
The afternoon course was a bit too low for me in terms of level, but unfortunately there was no higher level offered. I personally thought it was good that the course progressed so quickly, but I can imagine that it can also be a bit overwhelming in some circumstances. Especially for people who haven't been learning for that long.
Insider tips about what future students should not miss: A trip to Incheon is worthwhile.
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Quality of teaching / language progress: The course is 5 hours per day Mon-Thu. The lunch break is 1 hour. There is also homework from time to time, so the course is really work-intensive.
Course: Intensive Korean (Full-Time) [Koreanisch] - 2 weeks
16. May. 2022
Liked
The location is very convenient (very central in Gangnam and very close to metro and bus) and I liked the teacher I had (she knew a lot, had good teaching skills, was patient and made me feel comfortable, she encouraged me to speak. ..)
Insider tips about what future students should not miss: Once you are assigned a group, your teacher is your contact person for everything, and the one that signs you in for activities, gives you your final certificate and sees you off on our last day. You don't really get to have hardly any contact with the rest of the staff.
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Other comments: In general, everything was correct and as expected, although my first day was quite chaotic at first. I want to think that it was because sudden heavy rains on the way to school caused many new students to arrive together and with less anticipation than expected as transport was affected due to the rain. So it was all a bit confusing and chaotic at reception but it was solved in a few minutes.
Course: Intensive Korean (Part Time) [Coreano] - 3 weeks
6. Sep. 2018
Liked
Even though I felt like the lessons progressed slowly (only one grammar point per 3-hour class), going every day really helped my Korean listening, and I started picking up words and phrases outside of class.
Insider tips about what future students should not miss: I felt like my first placement was too easy and the teacher said so too, and since I was only there for a week, I asked the staff to change my level, and they did.
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Other comments: The course was called “intensive” and while the classroom hours were long, I felt that the lessons progressed quite slowly and that the teachers were often talking/showing us YouTube videos just to kill time. But the quality of the teachers were great, and they explained everything very thoroughly.
Course: Intensive Korean (Full-Time) - 1 week
7. Sep. 2018
Liked
The interaction between teacher and students. The activities arranged by the school allow students to learn Korean culture and also make friends with Korean students.
Insider tips about what future students should not miss: Don't be afraid to initiate talking with new people, there's a good chance you'll find someone with the same interests as you.
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Course: Intensive Korean (Full-Time) - 8 weeks
28. Nov. 2016
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I really liked the immersion that there was with the language, the environment was conducive to making new friends and exchanging with natives.
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The differences between the different levels are quite high and I have known many friends who were placed in levels that did not suit them.
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Course: Teen Activity Programme - 3 weeks
27. Jul. 2022
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The people are very helpful. The teachers always ask if it is all clear before moving on with the content of the course.
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Age difference of students too big. Not recommended from the age of 30.
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Quality of teaching / language progress: I booked the 25 lessons intensive course. After one week, I was at the limit myself, as the subject matter is very intensive.
Course: Intensive Korean (Full-Time) - 1 week
9. Aug. 2022
Liked
The teachers and the staff are very supportive. I have learnt so much and drastically improved my Korean skills.
Insider tips about what future students should not miss: Don't even have a second thought. The school is just amazing.
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Course: Intensive Korean (Full-Time) - 2 weeks
9. Feb. 2015
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The rooms in the residence are a bit run down, although newer units have been added but I didn't visit them.
Disliked
The studio!!!! It's a shame to give such a room. Whether it's disgusting that it stinks of mold that the air conditioning doesn't work I don't mind but the bed!!! Was disgusting and so hard that sleeping on the floor would have been more comfortable but unfortunately I couldn't lie on the floor due to lack of space. It was DISGUSTING!
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Course: Intensive Korean (Full-Time) - 4 weeks
15. Aug. 2022
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Having very qualified teachers and being able to make friends with the various students
Insider tips about what future students should not miss: You should start getting information on everything before you arrive
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Quality of teaching / language progress: Very interesting and entertaining
Course: Intensive Korean (Part Time) [Coreano] - 10 weeks
30. Aug. 2022
Liked
The teaching; the flexible, conversation-based curriculum is very good.
Insider tips about what future students should not miss: Make sure to attend the meet-ups and student nights.
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Course: Intensive Korean (Full-Time) - 4 weeks
25. May. 2015
Liked
The classes are very good. Collegial kind of employees.
Insider tips about what future students should not miss: The historic old town Bukchon should definitely be visited.
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Other comments: In the men's toilet, there was no soap in the 2 weeks and no (paper) towels. But was present in the school kitchen. Tables in the classrooms rather flat (for large people).
Course: Intensive Korean (Full-Time) - 2 weeks
4. May. 2015
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The teachers, the teaching and the student community.
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Course: Intensive Korean (Full-Time) - 2 weeks
18. Aug. 2015
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4.0
Other comments: Excellent support, fully satisfied with their service!
Course: Intensive Korean (Full-Time) - 3 weeks
16. Apr. 2019
Liked
The teachers were very friendly.
Insider tips about what future students should not miss: Afternoon classes are mostly just repetition and consolidation of the morning. If you want to discover Seoul and you can already practice Korean speaking with Korean friends, the morning classes are quite sufficient.
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Course: Intensive Korean (Full-Time) - 4 weeks
10. Apr. 2018
Liked
Good central location.
Insider tips about what future students should not miss: participate in the activities of the school.
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Other comments: Tuition is only in Korean. It is hard to recognize the meaning of a word when no basic knowledge is available. It should be placed more emphasis on the explanation in a common language especially in the first classes.
Course: Intensive Korean (Full-Time) - 2 weeks
27. Mar. 2017
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Teacher and syllabus
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Other comments: Students and teachers are super friendly. They are very helpful and really try to make you feel at home!
Course: Intensive Korean (Part Time) - 1 week
23. Nov. 2015
Liked
The teachers
Insider tips about what future students should not miss: Meet a lot of korean friends! And invite them to 노대방 (Karaoke)
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4.0
Other comments: I loved it! <3
Course: Intensive Korean (Full-Time) - 2 weeks
26. Aug. 2015

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Questions and answers about Lexis Korea

  • You will need to apply for a visa directly with the embassy. To apply for a student visa you must be enrolled for a minimum of one year in a university recognised by the government. The university will provide you with the document to be submitted with your visa application.
  • In the accommodation "Ministudio" bed linen is provided, but you have to bring your own towels.
    Aaron, Booking manager from Seoul - Dec 01, 2022
  • A complete beginner taking a full-time course should reach B1 level in about 8 weeks. This of course depends on the individual's speed of learning and motivation.

FAQ about Lexis Korea, Seoul

  • The package price includes the Korean language classes, extracurricular activities/excursions (sporting, sight-seeing and social activities) in the afternoon, housing (homestay) as well as the airport pick up and drop off services.
    Lana, Customer Care coordinator from Lexis Korea, Seoul - Apr 29, 2022
  • The accommodation Mini Studio is the most popular among all our clients of Lexis
  • Yes. The school offers pickup from Incheon International Airport (130000 KRW)
  • Depending on the chosen course, the maximum number of students at Lexis varies from 1 students (Online One-to-One Lessons) to 15 students (Intensive Korean (Full-Time))
  • 100% of teachers at Lexis Korea hold a university degree. 100% hold a recognized language teaching certificate.
  • The highest Nationality percentage at Lexis Korea comes from Sweden with a 11% representation, followed by students from Germany (11%) and USA (10%).
  • Yes, there is an exclusive discount that only applies when booking online here.
  • Lexis Korea offers courses from 13 years (Teen Activity Programme, 15 lessons per week) to 99. Average age is 23 during the summer and 23 for the rest of the year.

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